Roadwork Information

Water Main Network Maintenance

Please note that the Town of Rosemère will be working on the aqueduct network for the next three weeks.Should the pressure drop, it is normal and you have no action to take. Therefore, should the drinking water be momentarily blurred, simply let the cold water of all the faucets run during 15 minutes. 

If the problem persists, contact the Environment and Infrastructures Department at 450 621-3500, extension 3314.

Works by the Canadian Pacific

The Town of Rosemère has been informed by Canadian Pacific that work on the railway line in the Rosemère corridor will take place as of June 4. Note that this work will be done between 10 pm and 5 am, Monday to Thursday, to avoid disrupting travel during the day. Note that residents of the area may be inconvenienced by some noise during the construction period.

If you have any questions, citizens should contact Canadian Pacific directly at 1 800 766-7912
24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Thank you for your understanding.

Weight Restrictions ON THE Île-Ducharme Bridge

A temporary weight restriction is currently applied on the Île-Ducharme Bridge until reinforcement work is completed.

Please respect the signs in place.

Weight restrictions on the Île Bélair Bridge (R-117 – Labelle Blvd.)

The Ministry of Transport, Urban Mobility and Electrification of Transportation advises the public, truckers in particular, that weight restrictions will be implemented begining on august 10 in the Île Bélair Bridge located north of Marius-Dufresne Bridge on Route 117.

This measure is required in order to maintain the structure’s functionality. It should be noted that the condition of the bridge does not in any way compromise the safety of users.

Weight restrictions based on the type of vehicle

The following vehicles will no longer be allowed to drive over the bridge:

  • single-unit motor vehicles weighing more than 18 tons
  • double-unit motor vehicles weighing more than 26 tons
  • motor vehicles consisting of more than two units and weighing more than 34 tons.

Work on the structure is being planned. This work will seek to limit repercussions for road-users in this sector.

Between 2016 and 2018, the Québec Ministry of Transport, Urban Mobility and Electrification of Transportation will be investing a total of $4.7 billion on Québec’s road network, with more than 2,100 active work sites.

To get around more easily, call Qué for information on current and upcoming roadwork. Furthermore, to ensure the safety of road-users and road workers alike, it is essential to comply with posted signs.

For additional information, go to the website of the Ministry of Transport, Urban Mobility and Electrification of Transportation.

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